Nerve Glide for Carpal Tunnel & Thoracic Outlet Syndromes

Treat Arm Pain Effectively

I had a client who was diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome 15 years ago. Since then, he hasn’t worked or been able to work out because of the pain. He even underwent 6 nerve-release surgeries that did him no good. I worked with him for 6 weeks. Some methods used included IASTM tool work on his scars, Active Release Technique on his scalenes, pectoral muscles, biceps, forearms and wrist.  On his own, he performed the exercise in the video. Within 6 weeks, he had completely regained grip strength and begun working out at the gym for the first time in 15 years.

This is just one of many stories where this exercise helped my clients return to function.  It is a simple effective way to get the arm nerves gliding more efficiently. This, in turn increases muscle activation and flexibility, while at the same time, eliminating the nerve pains, tingling and numbness.

This has worked for many clients, but you may have a different problem. When in doubt, see a professional qualified to assess and treat injuries.  I recommend seeing an Athletic Trainer proficient in rehabilitation.



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